Did you know…

  • EPA studies indicate that the air inside the home may contain up to 10 times more pollution than the outside air.
  • Indoor air pollution can irritate the eyes, nose, and throat, cause headaches, dizziness, fatigue, and aggravate asthma and allergy symptoms.
  • Even common household items pollute the air you breathe including:
  • Human skin flakes
  • Pollen and spores
  • Viruses, bacteria, and fungus
  • Pet dander
  • Tobacco and wood smoke
  • Cooking smoke and grease
  • Chemical fumes by household cleaners
  • Some of these particles that pollute the air in your home are too small to be caught by a standard system filter.
  • A standard system filter has one function; to keep larger particles from damaging the heating and cooling equipment, but they allow the smaller particles to pass through.
  • All of these smaller particles accumulated in your system can result in a potential increase in energy bills and maintenance costs.
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